Life and Success Require Constant Reinvention

I still remember the first time I heard about computers. They were straight out of science fiction. I began to ...
/ LinkedIn, Misc

Tesla’s success is a victory for anyone who loves the environment

When designing the Tesla Model S, Elon Musk wanted an electric motor that had the same horsepower as the most ...

Washington Post: The future of work is rich in technology and drawbacks

We check e-mail as soon as we reach home, and sneak a peek at our inboxes along the way. We ...

LinkedIn: Chinese Can Innovate–But China Can\’t

The Economist asked me to comment on a debate about whether China can innovate. Here is my response. Feel free to ...

VentureBeat: Twitter unrepentant about being a boys club (Silicon Valley doesn’t seem to care either)

Twitter proved this week a point that I have long been making: that Silicon Valley is a boys club — ...
/ Diversity, Misc, Public policy, Venturebeat

Times of India: Affordable tablets will give the poor a voice

Watching the news from India, one could easily conclude that the country has become more corrupt and that its men ...

Washington Post: Microsoft’s best hope after Ballmer? A breakup.

During its monopoly days, Microsoft was the tech industry’s greatest magnet for talent. It was able to hire the best ...
/ Misc, Washington Post

A Lesson From Chile

Alfredo Zolezzi, of Advanced Innovation Center in Chile, had spent the early part of his career creating products for the ...

Wall Street Journal: Corruption in Business and the Importance of Ethics

I once needed to negotiate an important deal with potential significance for my products. An official at the company I ...

TIME Tech 40: The Most Influential Minds in Tech

Vivek Wadhwa, Singularity University By Sam Gustin @samgustin Vivek Wadhwa has become a leading voice in debates over technology policy, particularly with ...
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